How long before the white working class realizes Trump was just scamming them?

By Paul Waldman, Washington Post, 11/23/16

While we’re still analyzing the election results and debating the importance of different factors to the final outcome, everyone agrees that white working class voters played a key part in Donald Trump’s victory, in some cases by switching their votes and in some cases by turning out when they had been nonvoters before.

And now that he’s about to take office, he’s ready to deliver on what he promised them, right? Well, maybe not so much:

President-elect Donald Trump abruptly abandoned some of his most tendentious campaign promises Tuesday, saying he does not plan to prosecute Hillary Clinton for her use of a private email system or the dealings of her family foundation, has an “open mind” about a climate-change accord from which he vowed to withdraw the United States and is no longer certain that torturing terrorism suspects is a good idea.

The billionaire real estate developer also dismissed any need to disentangle himself from his financial holdings, despite rising questions about how his global business dealings might affect his decision-making as the nation’s chief executive.

And it’s not just that; at the same time, the Trump administration and congressional Republicans are getting ready to move on their highest priorities, cutting taxes for the wealthy, scrapping oversight on Wall Street, and lightening regulations on big corporations….

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One thought on “How long before the white working class realizes Trump was just scamming them?

  1. zobop republic

    Hello. Trump may be back tracking on some his “tendentious campaign promises” but he still has one too many Alt-Right/Nationalist in his cabinet for my taste. Have you seen people give Trump the Nazi salute? It’s starting to look like Europe around here.

    Thanks for the moderation.

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